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Guaranteed Audience Response Services
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Why Audiences Clap

The surprising story of how and where clapping, applause signs and acoustic amplification begin, a few thousand years ago.

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http://www.quicktally.com/blog/2017/11/16
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How to Deal with a Loaded Question

A loaded question is one that already contains something that makes the question itself fallacious. At meetings and in research, this type of question is often much more subtle. Sometimes it is actually unintentionally based on the authors own unwitting bias. But, a more honest approach might have your audience explore ideas that they may not have previously considered. It would allow them to reach a more informed and thoughtful conclusion.

Learn more at:
http://www.quicktally.com/blog/2017/10/24
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The Lesson Learned About People at Town Hall Meetings
The epiphany for most of the attendees at community Town Halls where there is a racial divide is that everyone wants the same things. As strange as it seems, that is a surprise. They all basically want safer streets, better schools, etc. That sounds like it would be a given, except it really isn’t.
Learn more at: http://www.quicktally.com/blog/2017/9/15
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A previous Quick Tally Interactive Systems blog discussed exposing event data when using wireless, or web based audience polling with devices supplied by a vendor. There are more important and less well considered vulnerabilities that are created when using the event attendee’s personal internet connected devices. Learn more at:
http://www.quicktally.com/blog/2017/8/16
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The power of an audience response system lies in its ability to solve basic problems and do it simply. Learn two very useful, often overlooked, tips for interactive meetings speakers and presenters.

http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2017/01/how-to-structure-interactive.html
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It’s a common misconception that small meetings do not benefit from the use of Audience Response Technology. Learn the benefits of ARS at small meetings:
http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/11/why-small-meetings-need-anonymity.html
Why Small Meetings Need Anonymity
Why Small Meetings Need Anonymity
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With a little effort almost all keypad loss is preventable. It is important to understand who your attendee is a take the appropriate approach. Here are some ideas that might help:
http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/11/ars-keypad-loss-prevention.html
ARS Keypad Loss Prevention
ARS Keypad Loss Prevention
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Speakers often fear the loss of control, by opening the session to impromptu questions from the audience. But the speaker should decide which questions pertain to the work at hand, and tactfully delay other queries to be dealt with after the session. Here are some quick tips to help with this issue:
http://quicktally.blogspot.com/2016/10/tips-for-having-interactive-session.html
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